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CUT6 9.6

Computers: Understanding Tech 6e 9.6

TermDefinition
plagiarism Using others’ words and ideas without attributing the original creator(s) as the source.
intellectual property An original idea or intellectual concept created by an individual or a group.
patent An official document that assigns ownership of an idea or invention to its creator for a fixed number of years. A patent allows the inventor the right to charge others for use of the invention.
copyright The right to control the use of a creative work and charge others for its use.
trademark The established ownership of a certain identifying symbol or logo.
World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) A specialized agency of the United Nations dealing with intellectual property rights.
fair use The right to use another person’s material without permission as long as the use is acknowledged, is noncommercial, and involves only a limited amount of protected material, as outlined by the US Copyright Act, Section 107.
digital rights management (DRM) Copy protection technologies intended to limit the distribution of copyrighted music, video, or software.
cracking A method of circumventing a security scheme that prevents a user from copying a program or installing it on multiple computers.
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